A list of training resources for LabVIEW users learning UML. Please add more if you have them!
good intro to UML, but LabVIEW only lightly supports OOP, a majority of the featrues and examples don't apply to us
i got the same book. it does a good job of getting you introduced into UML, but since LabVIEW only lightly supports OOP, a majority of the featrues and examples don't apply to us
what sort of things does it show that don't apply? I would have thought that the majority of principles still apply (although we would encourage by value implementations over by reference in LabVIEW)
Yes, the principles do apply. Some items do vary between development environments (e.g., the possible values of attribute or method scopes, how one creates abstract classes and interfaces). I do have the O'Reilly book under discussion and I have found it to be my favorite of the intro to UML books I have read. Of course, these books are just introductions to the the UML itself. Learning how to use a particular UML tool or how to use the UML effectively in design projects requires additional knowledge and experience. Nonetheless, I think the O'Reilly book is a great place to start.